They're surprised that the Statue of Liberty resembles the Roman goddess of liberty.
Which segment is the one where someone sells them the Brooklyn Bridge?
For seemingly intelligent people, they seem surprised at common sense and mystified by things like the word "pagan". As if that word has any real context aside from separating one world view from that of the Abrahamic faiths, which suggests that that cosmology is the correct one.
THA SUGAH RAIN
Harriett Tubman just called you dumb, bro. Also this... oh my god.
In fairness to the Decoded crew, they're generally a lot less credulous than the hosts on other History Channel Presents 'Some Kind of Nonsense' type shows, and in between the quick cuts and reaction shots designed to make the token skeptics look more impressed than they really are, they do occasionally make some good observations.
But they still spend ten minutes interviewing a man who thinks the Statue of Liberty is a representation of Satan.
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Though to be fair, Brad Meltzer also wants us to believe that the Justice League embarked on a campaign of mind-wiping villains in their custody. And that a flame-thrower will only burn a dead body without spreading the fire throughout a completely decorated and furnished room.
Saying that an Illuminati is even necessary to control and manipulate the human species is absurd levels of arrogance. A crackhead with a lottery ticket shaped like Jesus could cause a million people to kill each other in this world.
Yeah, but what sinister force made sure he'd get the lottery ticket? And how come all of the numbers on it are divisible by 2, and the ones that aren't just need to have 1 added to them first?
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I love how they use the interwebs to shine historical light on the mysterious masonic order.
These people are no more historians than TFL Bill is, he 'pieces it all together' too.
Good thing these secret societies are running the show. If Americans knew that our government started wars without cause, tortured people, kept "secret" prisons, wiretapped citizens, etc, there would be hell to pay.
They need to be more careful though. People have MacBook now, and YouTube. They can spot anomalies in grainy satellite videos of hurricane paths, and they can put two and two together to find out that the government has been controlling the weather with lasers for like, I dunno, population control or something.
I wish real historians would gather en masse and burn down wherever The "History" Channel is broadcast from.
Deep in the sublayer of the Illuminati Grand Lodge. All of these shows are designed to subtly discredit real conspiracy theorists and deflect scrutiny away from the History Channel and their board of time-traveling reptilian NWO agents.
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